There was a tool called NTFS Dos that you could use to walk through
the file system of an NT box. You just booted from a floppy with that on
it. You'd then need to get LophtCrack from the Lopht or Atstake.com as
they are now. The cracker is shareware but the src code is freely
available. Then all you need is lots of time and it'll crack the NT admin
password. Depending on how good the password is, it could take
seconds or days.
Thats the only way I know of getting around the login.
Does anyone know what the mailservers for Unison are ? I was using
mail1.unison.ie but this evening they're rejecting my messages.
> Gordon Murray wrote:
> > Linux group,
> > I heard that linux.ie has a utility for getting past Windows NT
> > login. Could you give me details of where to get it?
> > Thanks,
> > Gordon Murray.
>> Yeah, boot with a Linux boot disk with a kernel compiled with NTFS
>> There is a tool out there to decrypt NT password but again, you need
> NTFS support and it's not reliable at writing to NTFS so should be
>> Use google to find it..
> Cork maillist - Cork at linux.ie>http://www.linux.ie/mailman/listinfo/cork>
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